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This Sliding Bar can be switched on or off in theme options, and can take any widget you throw at it or even fill it with your custom HTML Code. Its perfect for grabbing the attention of your viewers. Choose between 1, 2, 3 or 4 columns, set the background color, widget divider color, activate transparency, a top border or fully disable it on desktop and mobile.

Monthly Archives: June 2013

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Progress Report – May 2013

Starting in January, I decided there was value in sharing monthly progress reports on my journey to develop this project and my own habit recipe. It helps me to recognize when I’ve made progress, particularly when it doesn’t “feel” like there’s been any. I’ll also be honest about where I slip-up or have trouble so that you can learn from it too. Above all, I value the accountability it provides when you check in with me to make sure I’m on track. Today, I'll be sharing a recap of May, including some fun stuff: my favorite juicing recipe, a 380% increase in my revenue, and a recap of the first 100 days since relaunching this project.

HCP 016: How to Develop the Habit of Getting Up Early

In this episode of The Habit Chef Podcast, we'll explore how to become an early riser and which surprising habits are the most important. Listen in, and you'll learn why many successful people wake up early, how to decide if you should wake up earlier, how to remind yourself of your motivation before you hit snooze, how to plan backwards to ensure you wake up on time, and why consistency is so important to your morning routine.

On Thriving in a Small Town with Becky McCray

Sitting in a hotel lobby in Wichita Falls, a friend told me about a cattle rancher and liquor store owner that was doing interesting things online. Less than a week later, Pam Slim tweeted about Becky McCray, and I instantly recognized her name. Then I fell down a stereotype-shattering rabbit hole. Many of us are convinced that we just need to live somewhere different to be successful. Becky McCray argues that small towns have a future and proves that with her own life. If she can thrive in a community of 30 people, we can find a way too.